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we don't want. last night's high spirited >> as we get deeper into campaign 2012, cbs's fastdraw debate. and a big win early this team of animators will show you animation and today they focus on rick perry. tuesday morning for djokovic at >> every four years, there's a and a big win early this tuesday morning for djokovic at the men's u.s. open. contest. america's next top republicans, captioning funded by cbs will it be newt gingerich, the professor, herman kain, ceo or rick perry? >> rick perry says less is more. lots of politicians promise smaller government but good morning. politicians say he's the real welcome to the early show. deal. he's from a place that has less. the best news in months for perry was born in 1950 in the families for those hikers held dusty town of paint creek. in iran. their lawyer says they're going there wasn't much money and he to be freed as soon as the bail bathed on the back porch. >> we weren't rich in material money is paid, so good news things, but we were rich in there. we're going to get the latest on that story, coming up in just a faith, family. >> this was texas where catch ago fish with your bare hands moment. we begin, though, with breaking news from afghanistan's was a crime. capital where the u.s. em ba i childhood was three things,
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school, church and boy scouts. is under fire from taliban fighters. perry went to college at texas manny clark is in kabul with the a&m, which was more or less an all male military academy at the time. he joined the cheerleading squad latest. >> the heart of kabul is in as a yell leader. chaos today. this was a pretty big deal and there's an ongoing, well surprisingly, it helped put him coordinated, complex attack on the path to potentially happening near the u.s. embassy. become america's top republican. journalist paul berka explains. the taliban has claimed >> for the first time, he was in responsibility for the assault. the afghanistan police on the what would have been a scene are the telling cbs news leadership position. and he developed a toughness and that they believe there are five a discipline that are probably taliban attackers armed with assault rifles, grenades and his strongest attributes. >> ar cheering in college, perry possibly suicide bombs. they have taken over a 14 story made more noise flying cargo planes for the air force and in building under construction in the industry's government 1984, he won his first election district. this building overlooks the as a state representative as a international military headquarters in kabul, the u.s. democrat. he left the party a few years later when he saw a chance to embassy, the afghan intelligence move up as a republican. he ultimately became lubt agencies and the government palace. police are massing for a governor so when george w. bush counterattack in the area and left the governor's mansion, perry moved in. are facing a tough fight to get the taliban out of the area. >> perry was a religious and the battle could drag on for
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socially conservative governors. hours. it can be difficult to road them >> he launched a lawsuit against out of the building when they're well entrenched and hiding. washington and he challenges >> we have been told u.s. federal authority on issues from diplomatic and military taxes to civil rights. personnel are on lockdown and >> the president perry would there are reports that u.s. probably set his sights on marines have taken position on the roof of the american entitlement. embassy. he has called social security a >> and given how tense the ponzi scheme for starters. situation is there on the >> he would turn back the clock ground, if more assistance was and take america back to where needed, can the u.s. military there was basically no safety come in and help out? net. i don't think he believes in the >> well, the security has safety net. already been handed over in >> what does he believe in? >> america's right to bear arms. kabul to the afghan forces, so the only way that americans can even in a speeding helicopter, he made it legal to hunt wile be involved in ending this boars from the air. he's the kind of governor who battle is if the afghan security would shoot a coyote when he was forces ask for the help. however, we've seen some out jogging. in fact, he actually did. american helicopters in the air. there were some black hawks seen >> catching giant catfish with earlier and that's an indication your bare hands, perry made it of a show of force, but legal. >> these days, texans have less certainly they haven't engaged with the forces yet. time for noodles because texas >> mandy, thanks. created more jobs than any other state.
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now here is chris. >> but texas is one of the worst off states when it comes to officials in iran say two poverty, health insurance and education. >> this former aggie is still a american hikers held for more yell leader of sorts and people than two years are about to be set free. mark philips is in london with are listening. >> perry is what republicans the latest for us this morning. mark, good morning. have been waiting for. >> good morning, chris. he is the real deal. he's calling it a unilateral and get this, rick perry has never lost an election, but then human takenan gesture. it appears the iranian president again, he's never tried to become mshg's next top intends to free the two american republican. prisoners being held in iran. still ahead, the man on top of the tennis world joins us on the early show. the question is still whether he can deliver on his intentions. novak djokovic is here with us on set. stay with us. richard: so delicious, so delicious! shane bauer and josh fital, both 29, were recently sentenced to eight years in prison for illegally entering iran. now in two interviews, iranian president ahmadinejad has said the two americans will be released in two days. he has promised to free the
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prisoners before but has been stymied by other torss. this time, though, there are signs there may be more i've never tasted anything so delicious. substance to the hope. richard, why are you wearing grandpa's jacket? a lawyer has told cbs new that i'm not richard. i'm grandpa smucker. the justice ministry has set male announcer: tim and richard smucker bail at $250,000 each. always looked up to their father and grandfather that seems to indicate the knowing that one day they too would make the world's best jam. judiciary is willing to go along grandpa says it like, with the release. the families of the two men have i've never tasted anything so delicious! had their hopes raised before, i've never tasted anything so delicious! but never this high. tim: [ laughing ] you got it! a third member of the hiking male announcer: for five generations, with a name like smucker's, it has to be good. party, sarah shourd, was released a year ago on health grounds. there have been hopes on the two men before. nothing is sure there until it happens. still, the signs this time are encouraging. chris. >> mark, thank you. now here is erica. take a look now at the latest hard hitting republican
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presidential debate. last night's event cosponsored by tea party groups in the state of florida highlighted differences between rick perry and the rest of the field. jan crawford is in tampa wa more. jan, good morning. >> good morning, erica. rick perry took it from all sides last night and it was just a matter of minutes before he and mitt romney started slugging it out over social security. >> the question is, do you still believe social security should be ended as a federal program as du six months ago when your book came out and return to the states or do you want to -- >> i think we ought to have a conversation -- >> we're having that right now, governor. we're running for president. >> if you'll let me finish, i'll finish this conversation. but the issue is, are there ways to move the states into social security for state employees or for retirees? we did it in the state of texas back in the 1980s. i think those types of thoughtful conversations with america, rather than trying to scare seniors like you're
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doing -- >> reporter: romney didn't back down. it was perry's description of the program that scared seniors and romney wasn't the only one barbing perry. he took hits from texas congressman ron paul on his record of creating jobs in the state. >> our taxes have doubled since he's been in office. our spending has gone up double and our deficit has gone up triple. i don't want to offend the governor because he might raise my taxes or something. >> reporter: but the biggest hit came from michele bachmann who slammed perry's executive order that required girls to be vaccinated for hpv, a sexually transmitted disease that causes cervical cancer. she understand indicated he was serving a drug company that contributed to his campaign. >> this is just flat out wrong. [ girls ] good. ♪
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the question is is it about lye or was it about millions of dollars, potentially billions ♪ for a drug company? thank you! >> wow, you've got to respond to ♪ that. >> yes, sir. the company was merck and it was a $5,000 contribution that i had phew! received from them. [ ernie ] we make our cookies the way only keebler elves can: i raise about $30 million. with a little something extra. if you're saying that i can be bought for $5,000, i'm offended. so every bite can be uncommonly good. >> i'm offended for all the little girls and the parents that didn't have a choice. that's what i'm offended for. >> reporter: now, in many ways, this was michele bachmann's a night last night. she reasserted herself last night. she showed she's going to fight for this nomination, that it's not a two-man race just yet. erica. >> jan crawford in tampa, thank you. now to president obama's
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jobs plan that he sent to congress on monday. he explained for the first time how he wants to pay for it the. >> and the american jobs act is not going to add to the debt. it's fully paid for. i want to repeat that. it is fully paid for. it's not going to add a dime to the deficit. next week i'm laying out my plan to bring down the death further. >> the reaction was no surprise. split right along party lines. nancy, good morning. how does the president plan to pay for this plan? >> reporter: he wants the pay for the bulk of it, about $400 billion by limiting deductions for wealthy americans, individuals making more than $200,000 a year and families making more than $250,000 a year. then he wants to get about $400 billion more by eliminating you need the patch. subsidies from oil companies. (announcer) icy hot patches. targeted no-mess relief.
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icy to dull pain. hot to relax it away. pain's no match for the icy hot patch. republicans didn't waste any time expressing dissatisfied that these were put back on the floor. >> it's a bit like money growing on trees. the money has to come from somewhere and, of course, it comes out of the pockets of taxpayers or the government borrows it and it eventually has to be repaid with taxpayer tax dollars. >> so, nancy, are gop leaders saying they want to work with the president at all on this? >> reporter: in a word, yes, chris. they say there's still a lot of common ground in terps of the president's proposals, but there's certain to be a fight over how you pay for it. democrats and republicans are both saying right now that this proposal has to be paid for. you could see a situation where they come to an agreement about the proposal more quickly than they come to the agreement about how to pay for it. >> nancy, thank you. it seems like a familiar argument. >> do you think?
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does it sound like something we've heard before? >> keep hearing it over and over again. just change the dates on the calendar. >> indeed. it keeps nancy busy though, doesn't it? good morning, guys. in our news, al qaeda has posted a new video on the internet two days after the anniversary of 9/11. the hour-long video which carries the bizarre title of imminent victory carries the voice of al qaeda's current leader and released video of osama bin laden who was killed last may. retired baseball player manny ramirez is denying that he assaulted his wife. his wife says he slapped her face causing her to hit their bed's headboard. a fiery rescue in utah was caught on tape, and take a look at this. a car hit a motorcycle in logan,
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utah, trapping the driver underneath. this is what happened. all these people responded. more than a dozen good samaritans came to the scene, lifted the car up as a construction worker grabbed the motorcyclist and pulled him out by the leg. >> he is moving. no freaking way. >> unbelievable video. that 21-year-old man is alive. police say he's in stable condition. he has some broken bones and minor burns. wow.
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the u.s. department of agricultural says that it was so hot this morning that it damaged much of this year's corn crop the. >> translation, that could mean higher food prices for all of us. the fast-talking sound of a cattle sale filled the auction block in zanesville, texas. 8-year-old ranches george silt has bought livestock here for over 50 years. his herd once totalled 120. but today, he's the one selling what few cows he has left. well, it just sort of makes you feel helpless because you don't know what to do plus the fact there's not a whole lot you can do. >> reporter: the historic texas drought has turned pastures brown and deserted, leaving cows without food. so thousands of ranchers, like silk, are forced to sell off
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healthy reproductive cattle to the slaughter house or to ranchers in other states. the industry plans to be down tens of millions of pounds of meat in grocery stores across america. >> at a store across oklahoma city, 100 degree temperatures have dried up crops. squash is down 30% and the entire tomato crop is dead. >> in the farming industry, we're always facing some kind of a challenge from mother nature. >> nationally, more than 1.4 billion in agricultural losses have already been reported. the coveted corn crop included. as a result, prices have nearly doubled since last summer and with corn, an ingredient in everything from animal feed to soft drinks, consumers can expect to start paying more at the grocery store. with mosh and more cattle put on
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the auction block, silk fears his ranching days are all but dried up. >> a lot of folks in our areas in new york and new jersey are worried about the impact of welcome back to "the early hurricane irene had on those crops. show" on a tuesday morning. just as they were getting ready just ahead, this year's top gun for the fall harvest. let's stop the gloom and on the tennis court, novak doom for a moment, shall we? djokovic is with us. >> yes. he won his third grand slam still ahead, a potential treatment to slow down alzheimer's. insulin through the nose, why it title last night for the year. could be a massive break >> that's the first time he's through. >> so many americans affected by stood still for the past two this. weeks. only last two matches all year. and glenn beck is now back he's 64-2 and we're going to launching a program on his talk about last night's big win internet network last night. it turns out he may be more over rafael nadal. popular than oprah right now. [ male announcer ] heard this one? >> he may have another victory dance. >> it's an incredible year for men's tennis. we want to keep you updated on this news we're following out of afghanistan's capital where the u.s. embassy has been under attack.
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mandy clark is in kabul with the very latest. >> reporter: kabul is in chaos today. there's a well coordinated complex attack ongoing in the capital near the u.s. embassy. we've just received a statement from the embassy saying none of their personnel have been injured. the taliban has already claimed listen to this. three out of four americans don't get enough vegetables. responsibility for the assault. the afghan police on the scene so here's five bucks to help you buy v8 juice. are telling cbs news that they five bucks. that's a lot of green. believe there are five taliban go to v8juice.com for coupons. you can count on us. attackers armed with assault rifles, rocket propelled grenades and possibly suicide bombs. the militants have taken over a 14-story building that's under construction in the city center's government district. this building overlooks the international military headquarters in kabul, the u.s. embassy, the afghan intelligence agent and the government palace. when you've lost interest in everything. the latest word is that two of when you've had one too many days feeling sad or anxious... the attackers have been killed and at least one police officer is dead. aches and pains, fatigue. that means three taliban when it becomes hard to ignore that you need help. militants are still holed up in the building. that's the day you do something. in another late development,
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depression hurts. we're hearing there have been cymbalta can help with many symptoms of depression. two more suicide attacks on police facilities in the tell your doctor right away if your depression worsens, capital. mandy clark, cbs news, kabul. you have unusual changes in behavior or thoughts of suicide. >> now here is chris. antidepressants can increase these in children, teens, and young adults. now to that bombshell announcement for iran where two cymbalta is not approved for children under 18. american hikers held for more people taking maois or thioridazine two years say they'll be freed, possibly as early as this week. or with uncontrolled glaucoma should not take cymbalta. taking it with nsaid pain relievers, mark philips has the latest in aspirin, or blood thinners may increase bleeding risk. london on this one. >> reporter: good morning, chris. severe liver problems, some fatal, were reported. it hasn't reached the realm of signs include abdominal pain and yellowing of the skin or eyes. official announcements yet. the united states is saying they talk with your doctor about your medicines, haven't been officially including those for migraine, or if you have high fever, notified. this originated out of an interview with iranian president confusion and stiff muscles, to address a possible life-threatening condition. mac plume ahmadinejad who says tell your doctor about alcohol use, liver disease, he is trying to rele learrange and before you reduce or stop taking cymbalta. dizziness or fainting may occur upon standing. side effects include nausea, dry mouth, and constipation. release of two americans who have been held for two years in is today your day? talk to your doctor... iranian prison for entering iran and go to cymbalta.com for a free 30-capsule trial offer. illegally and espionage. the two american men, shane baue depression hurts. cymbalta can help. railroad and josh fattal,
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they've been held for two years now. the ivendcations both from president ahmadinejad and from the lawyer who has been representing the americans says he's been approached from the justice department of arranging bail of the two americans that have been held. there have been indications of release in the past that have come to not. this time, though, there appears to be some encouragement that their ordeal may be coming to an end. >> mark philips is in london this morning. thank you. jeff glor is standing by at the news desk with more. al qaeda has posted a new video this morning to mark ten years on the 9/11 attacks. even though they were two days later, it features the voice of the current leader and current leader osama bin laden. bin laden, of course, was killed nearly 5.5 million americans by u.s. navy s.e.a.l.s this past
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have alzheimer's disease. it is the sixth leading cause of may. here in new york, officials death in this country. >> this morning, there's new are working to fix a misspelling developments in the early stages of alzheimer's. today. jeffrey schryer died ten years and it involves insulin. we're not used to hearing encouraging news with ago in the tower. the r and the e in his name are alzheimer's. what does this study involve? >> cautious optimism. transposed. james murdoch son of media this is a small pilot study done mogul rupert murdoch has been out of the university of ordered to face a second round washington. they looked at just around 100 of questioning. he last appeared with his father people when w mild stages of in july telling lawmakers the alzheimer eps, divided them into hacking was confined to one groups, gave some of them rogue reporter. there was a fiery rescue in insulin spray in the nose daily, followed them for four months, utah caught on tape. found that those who had insulin unbelieve knowledge video we've been talking about. showed an improvement in their the car hit a motorcycle. memory and brain function. a student at utah state shot we have to caution here, as you this incredible video. guys have heard me say many a group of good samaritans lift times in medicine, we like big the car up and someone drags the numbers, long follow-up, much more research needs to be done. this was encouraging news, motorcyclist out from underneath. although it could have occurred amazingly, he is still alive, by chance. >> but maybe not. though not moving.
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a hospital spokesperson says the so what was the connection? >> the hormone insulin is very 21-year-old is in stable condition. in australia, police chased important for our whole body function. but in people with a this yellow porsche. degenerative brain disorder, it reached speeds of 90 miles alzheimer's dementia being the per hour. the porsche hit a fence, lost a most common, there is a tire in the front and finally came to a stop. degenerative function and it is the driver ran away, grabbed thought those some of those another vehicle. this one. tangles of protein we hear about that eventually crashes, too, so much in alzheimer's binds up and the driver was taken into custody charged with dangerous the insulin and doesn't allow the body to get it as much as it driving. you thin needs. >> any idea what causes it? >> multiple factors. it's not just one thing. things like age, very important. family history is a risk factor. past brain trauma, repetitive concussions, genetics, certain genes are involved, and then that heart-head connection, people with diabetes, high blood pressure, obesity, anything that negatively impacts your cardiovascular help. >> it does offer a little fwit of hope. does this mean alzheimer's
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patients to start this kind of therapy? >> not yet. people should not take insulin unless they need it. it can have some very serious side effects. the number one player in this is going to be an area of men's tennis, novak djokovic very exciting ongoing research. >> we don't want to go too crazy, but this is potentially capped off a dream night moond night to win the u.s. open for significant news. >> and it's not just random the first time. his record, 64-2. insulin. >> coming up, novak djokovic >> he won three grand slam wins the u.s. open over rafael titles in the same year. novak djokovic is here with us this morning and he brought the nadal. >> what a match if you caught hardware. congratulations. any of it. >> thank you. >> this has been one heck of a he'll talk about a fannist season, just ahead. year. are you tired at all? are you ready to take a break now? >> just a little bit. ♪ but listen, when i'm, you know, winning this many tournaments, this many matches, i always find ♪ an energy, you know, even though i've been having a very exhausting, very long year, but very successful year, obviously, the best in my career and i'm ♪ enjoying every single moment of it. >> it was quite a match to watch
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last night. first of all, it was fantastic ♪ tennis and we couldn't peel ourselves away. but there were some rough points from you. at one point, you had a medical time-out. how are you feeling this morning after all that? >> well, i don't want to take attention in the pain that i have, but it's obviously there. but look, you know, it's all sport and it's a very demanding sport. we have to travel all the time. we play in different countries, on different surfaces and we have to adjust to the conditions. so the body suffers. you know, obviously, with the season that i had, i think that, you know, the struggle with the body with me last night, but i managed to hold on and win the trophy. >> and one of your losses was just a couple of weeks ago in yep! cincinnati right before the open (mom) i'm so proud of you. when you had to retire. >> yes. >> and that was a shoulder injury. >> yes. the bus is here, gotta go mom. >> dough need to step back? okay hunny, have a great day. is the season too long, too taxing? look in your bag, made you something. >> to be honest, i think now (announcer) it's more than just that great peanut taste, more than ever, a couple of top
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choosing jif is a simple way to show someone players came out publicly about how much you care. their disliking of the schedule and they would like to see some changes. and i support them. i think we want to have a little bit shorter schedule. choosey moms, choose jif. but it's not easy, you know? it's not only players that are really important. there is tournaments. so hopefully the next year will be better. >> what was the like, winning? i know you've won two other grand slams, but this is the grandest stage here in new york. what was this like? with this crowd, the energy in new york? >> well, it was amazing. with vitamins and minerals balanced to support your energy... when i saw that forehand coming, ♪ i didn't know what to do. ...and healthy skin. i just kind of fell down on the everyday benefits from advanced formulas. discover the complete benefits court. i was so happy to have the of centrum. people there closest to me. discover the complete benefits as you can see my team there to share this incredible victory it's real fruit juice; crisp, sparkling water; and no added sugar. with me. this is one of the biggest and they come in these really cool cans. you want one? events in the sport you dream i'll wait a bit. all right. of. this is what you dream of mm. winning. >> you also took a moment last refreshing. night as you were thanking [ announcer ] who could resist the call... everybody being here on the of america's number-one puppy food brand?
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anniversary of 9/11. you put on an fdny kap hat. with dha and essential nutrients also found in mother's milk. where did that come from? >> i got it from a friend. purina puppy chow. people are going through hard times, especially the family of the victims and it's the tension year anniversary. i wanted to show as well as rafa and a couple of other top players our compassion for the people. and i understand i come from a country which has been through a lot of wars and struggles, listen, we are very fortunate to live and to do what we love. so i send all my prayers to them. we that i think so much for being here. congratulations once again. >> thank you. >> mind if i hold this real quick as we go to commercial? may i? >> i looks good with you. >> novak djokovic, u.s. open champion. in this village. [ cellphone translating ] [ male announcer ] in here, everyone speaks the same language. ♪ in here, forklifts drive themselves. ♪ look at the map. okay. [ male announcer ] in here,
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it's always nice to have you with us. >> thanks for having me. i always appreciate it. your first question comes to us from one of our viewers named david. take a listen. >> i have a very stressful job. i find it difficult to relax when i get home. how do i know when i should see a doctor about this? >> the most important thing people need to realize is that job stress has real consequences. it can lead to high blood pressure, heart disease, so you have to address it. and i'm glad david asks this question because before you seek help, try to do things on your own. part of this is we go to work and we create this vicious cycle. we feel stress so we eat worse. we don't take care of ourselves. we stop exercising. we don't sleep as well. so take moments, each and every day at work to relax. if you're getting to the point where you're emotionally exhausted, completely burnt out, if you're starting to feel depressed and sad all the time, if you're having insomnia and [ zapping ]
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you can't sleep every night, that's when you need to seek help. >> the next question comes to us there goes dwayne's car. oh, man. from facebook. chris writes in, i deal with there goes dwayne's house. acid reflux. whoa! whoa! is there something in the natural diet i can consume to and there goes dwayne. stop this and not be dependant man, that thing does not like dwayne. on the acid inhibiter [ male announcer ] state farm's got you covered. medication? >> acid reflux burns and it can nice landing. it was. be dangerous. first thing is first, don't lay [ male announcer ] get to a better state. down immediately after eating a meal. but avoid acidic foods, citrus foods, tomato-based products, they may make it worse. caffeine and alcohol can significantly increase symptoms of reflux. even chocolate has caffeine in it. >> our last question -- is this one facebook, too? no, it's not. lee anna put it on camera. here we go. >> i wash my face about three times a day and i've noticed that it's been getting ready
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nice landing. it was. dry, especially in the summer, so i was wondering if you have any tips for me. >> i'm going to go out on a limb and say don't wash your face three times a day. it sounds like a lot for your skin. >> three times a day is too much. no more than two. and if you're someone who develops really dry skin, especially in the winter when the air is dryer, wash your face you talk about a champion, novak djokovic has won ten at night, apply moisturizer. tournaments this year, three of in the morning, rinse your face with cool water, apply them grand slams. last night, he simply rolled moisturizer with sunscreen protection and you're going to see a lot of that dryness go over the great rafael nadal. away. three times is just too much. your skin is going to dry out. even a bad back couldn't slow and to be honest with you, him down. washing it more than two times a welcome back to "the early hoe day, it also does nothing in show." >> amazing. terms of keeping your skin more it was such great tennis. the rally these these two guys. clean and could even lead to breakouts, could lead to more oily skin for some people, so twice a day at most. >> he's 64-2 this entire year. >> thanks so much. always nice to have you here. he's been unstoppable. >> enjoyed it. coming up next, the new when he's here in a couple of minutes, we're going to ask him the question that's on season of "survivor." everybody's mind, how do you we'll take a look at how that lose two matches?
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>> and oh, by the way, what's island nation is doing two years with your moves? after the tsunami. he has a dance he looks to do on i love this time of year but my nose doesn't. the court. first, jeff is at the news desk with a look at the other headlines we're following this morning. >> it's a good dance, too, by it gets stuffed up and that means i stay up all night. the way. better than ours. >> it looks like your dance. good mornings? not likely! >> that's much, much better than i've tried the pills, the sprays even some home remedies. mine. the u.s. embassy in kabul, then i tried something new. [ male announcer ] drug-free breathe right nasal strips. afghanistan, came under attack this morning, part of an assault [ woman ] you just put it on and...amazing! on the capital by taliban fighters. instant relief. i breathed better, slept better. and woke up ready to face a fresh new day. police say gunmen are firing rockets at the american embassy [ male announcer ] get 2 free strips at breatheright.com. from a nearby office been. it's my right to breathe right! an embassy spokesperson tells u.s. news there are no u.s. ♪ i've been waiting casualties. a number of suicide fighter res ♪ for a snack like you ♪ to come into my life apparently involved. the primary target is [ female announcer ] try our delicious spinach artichoke dip afghanistan's intelligence with warm pita. agency. iran's president says two new from lean cuisine®. american hikers in prison for more than two years will soon be free. jash fattal and shane bauer will
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be released in a um can of days. in a statement, the families have said they've heard the reports and are, quote, hopeful. the nfl is trying to figure out how a nfl fan got a taser through the gates. this is cell phone video where mckelvey was arrested and charged with assault. meantime, monday night football, tom brady threw for a team record 517 yards including this pass to wes welker. in the other game, the raiders sebastian janikowski is in the record books now punting a 63-yard field goal. that ties the nfl record for longest field goal. the
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survivor: samoa begins tomorrow night on cbs. well, as you may know, glenn >> it happens happened so very beck, he's been off tv the last quickly. couple of months, but now he is just before 7:00 a.m., many just back on tv. waking up, a massive 8.1 launched a new daily program last night on his new internet magnitude earthquake hit samoa. based network called what else? what happened minutes later changed so many lives. gbtv. >> we take a look at how beck's >> we start panicking when we saw the water receding. big gamble might pay off in the long run. >> joe annandale and his wife >> we are starting a movement in america. >> reporter: he's one of the most controversial figures in knew what to expect for the media, part teacher, part
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tsunami, but nothing could prepare them for what would preacher. now just three months after unfold. >> we saw this massive wall of leaving his fox news program, water rolling in. glenn beck is back in front of the camera with a new internet >> reporter: with no time to seek higher ground, the couple based show, taking on subjects seeked shelter in a car parked ranging from 9/11 -- >> we will be lucky at best if behind a neighbor's house and the next generation recognizes wasted. >> the waves rolled in and something actually happened on picked up the house, slammed up this date in history, 9/11. into that tree there. >> there's nothing left now. >> nothing left. >> reporter: -- to the economy. it was mayhem. >> the president is a marxist. the whole village was under water. >> reporter: the sheer power of the wave carried them nearly a quarter of a mile. there, i said it. >> he's setting himself up as a the couple had been married for 40 years and owned a popular multi media powerhouse and seeing if the world is ready to island resort. watch tv on the internet. he was a village chief. >> reporter: pushing boundaries she, a former beauty queen. is nothing new to beck. during his two years at fox, he they were inseparable, until swept apart. rose to prominence, cultivated a >> and her last words, and i still remember, her last words committed following with his emotional outbursts. were jesus, help us. >> i'm sorry. i just love my country and i >> reporter: tui was one of 189 fear for it. >> reporter: his fiery people to perish that september statements -- morning. >> our glorious revolution is many of the victims, children. the devastation to the island start to go take hold.
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>> reporter: and even leading a was unimaginable. march on washington in august and the wounded were 2010 called restoring honor. overwhelming local hospitals. >> medicines, bandages, surgical >> and they are now across the street approaching the kits, dressing packs, all that washington monument. >> reporter: but his antics soon became too much for fox who began losing advertisers. stuff. the. >> reporter: dr. ramona salins beck left the cable news network in june, only to return now on the web. >> it's a pretty bold move for was stationed on a portion of glenn beck, although i want to the island untouched by the say i'm not sure how many options he had. tsunami's wrath. it's not like people were >> we cleared the shelves and clamoring to have them on their headed to the clinic. >> reporter: when you're dealing cable networks and fox seemed with children who have been injured, they're crying, pretty much done with him. >> but fox isn't completely done screaming. >> if you get too involved in the emotion and too involved in with beck. monday night, he appeared on the crying, you start shaking or get upset or start tearing yourself. you just have to focus. "the o'reiley factor." >> reporter: the waves that swept the shores of samoa >> i didn't miss this. >> beck reportedly has over reached 46 feet in height. while they destroyed much of the 230,000 daily viewers, each island, they couldn't destroy paying nearly $10 a month to the spirit of its people. today, the bustle of the local stream his broadcast. by comparison, oprah winfrey's markets has returned. and many sections of the coast own network with no subscription are once again lush and pristine. but the effects of the tsunami
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fees is said to have averaged are still seen in places. only 156,000 viewers in june. some resorts still haven't the ever controversial viewer rebuilt some two years after the beck doesn't seem all that deadly tsunami. concerned about holding on to the owner of this one simply viewers this time around. >> and if you don't like the didn't have the money. next segment, cancel your even though it offers one of the best views of the south pacific. subscription. >> reporter: even so, his new network is expected to rake in joe annandale faced the same $20 billion in its debut year. economic hardship rebuilding his >> don't give anybody any ideas resort. his is not a survivor story, about canceling anything, right? it's a love story. it's going to make you money >> you have to rebuild and you right there. have to redo it. you have to rebuild for tu i. we'll see how it goes. mortgage rates have never that's what we've done. >> reporter: two years ago, the been more attractive. resort looked like a total loss. if you're thinking about buying or finance ago home, right now here is the resort today. might be the right time. we'll help you decide. these grounds, these gardens, look better and feel softer. which joe's wife had spent years ♪ how 'bout we start cultivating, alive once more. with the guaranteed low price on the carpet... the pad, and installation. >> this is all about her. let's get peace of mind for a lifetime. she's here all the time, yeah. got to rebuild it. it all adds up to better carpet at a better price and a great-looking room, transformed. [ speaking foreign language ]. >> reporter: which translates more saving. more doing. to? >> tu i in heaven.
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the people that have rates right now that are in the 5s, to get in now at 4.12%, spell it out. from a financial standpoint, exactly how much they can save month to month. >> it is significant on a month to month basis. when you look at it on a yearly basis, it's even more significant. back in september of 2008, mortgage rates were about 2%. if you take a $250,000 mortgage at 6%, $899. so almost $900. refinance it to today's rates, and you're paying $726 a month. that's a savings of about $173 a month. and then on a yearly basis, we're talking about more than $2,000 in savings if you go with today's rates. >> so that could be great if you refinance. but there are a number of things you need to look at to make sure refinancing is going to pay off in the end for you. >> right. and not only do you have to look at these factors to see if it pays off, but you have to look at them to see if you might be eligible to refinance in the first place.
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if your previous interest rate is more than a percent higher than what today's rates are, then you would be a good candidate for refinancing. so at least 1% less would have to be today's interest rates. so let's say you're above 5.21%, that makes sense for you to refinance at today's rates. closing costs, these can be in excess of a couple thousand dollars. you want to make sure that the closing costs you're going to have to pay on the new loan aren't going to exceed the benefit of getting that new loan over time. lender fees, a number of lenders charge fees and those fees tend to rise when your credit score is lower. that credit score is going to be significant. what is it? it needs to be above 700 to get the best deal today. >> let's say you want to get in and take advantage of these low rates. how do you go about qualifying? >> above 700 is important, but make sure you pay your bills and keep the credit cards open. keep them open and that down
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payment is very significant. 20% of the home value is oftentimes what they're looking for and you want to make sure that you're saving in a side account for that 20% down payment. it's a good thing to do and you can use the mortgage calculator at rates like -- at sites like zillow and bank.com to find out how much you're going to owe. >> thanks very much. still ahead, an animated look at gop candidate rick perry from the guys at fast draw. ten. while a body in motion tends to stay in motion. staying active can actually ease arthritis symptoms. but if you have arthritis, staying active can be difficult. prescription celebrex can help relieve arthritis pain so your body can stay in motion. because just one 200mg celebrex a day can provide 24 hour relief for many with arthritis pain and inflammation. plus, in clinical studies, celebrex is proven to improve daily physical function so moving is easier. and celebrex is not a narcotic.
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today, she's one of the first ladies of rock and roll. music legend stevie nicks. unbelievable stories complete with that and life on the road. plus, she performs her biggest hits live. >> get your stevie nicks fix on cbs. ♪ >> a little gaga. welcome back to "the early show." getting things moving on a tuesday morning. just ahead, an important announcement. democracy has arrived for the world of fashion. >> it's about time. have you ever wanted some of those luxury designer duds that you see in the magazines, on the runways, but like most people, you look at the price tag and you think, no way i'm ever getting near that, that's like three months of my mortgage?
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now, you may have noticed big retailers are tapping into some of the industry's best known names and they are rolling out more affordable lines for the rest of us. we're going to show you where to find them, some great deals including a $55 dress from one company that would normally charge $1,000 a pop. >> and it's also difficult squeezing into some of those outfits. >> tell me about it. >> the pressure on working women to have it all, that is the theme of sarah jessica parker's latest movie, "i don't know how she does it." we'll talk to the screen writer about how tough it is for so many women these days to have it all. >> the best part of it is, these women have no time to watch the movie. they're working and they've got kids. first, the remarkable story of a british couple that was held captive by pirates. we have a look at how they survived that ordeal and lived
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to tell about it. >> for rachel and paul chandler, the adventure of a long distance yacht cruise became an ordeal at the hands of somali pirates. more than a year of captivity and long periods of separation when each was unsure about the fate of the other. >> if i was with my husband, i would feel a lot better. it's because i'm not with my husband that i'm feeling so lonely and desperate. it's difficult to sleep and carry on through the day. >> reporter: the chandlers have been in the shells and were headed for tanzania. but in october 2009, their yacht was attacked and boarded by pirates. they were forced to sail towards the somali coast to abandon their boat and were taken ashore where their long captivity began. for sailors captured tr larger ships, captivity can go on for months until a ransom is paid. the chandlers have no commercial sponsors and could only make desperate appeals.
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in the end, it's thought family .friends and somali ex patriots scraped together the money to get the chandlers freed and they were flown out to kenya. they, unlike some others, are at least alive and with a story to tell. mark philips, cbs news, london. >> in terms of that story, paul and rachel chandler have written a book about that ordeal. they each wrote parts of the book separately, writing them like a diary telling their own stories. i recently spoke with them and asked what it was like as they learned these different details which were revealed to one another, including rachel's thoughts of suicide. >> it was very sad and quite painful. but i really only realized after we were writing the book. after we were reunited, we
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talked and talked and talked and talked, mostly about the practicalities of what was going on with each. when we started writing the book and reading each other's message hes, it brought it home to me what a horrible time she had. >> to learn that you really haven't sought out counseling, you haven't had any nightmares, it sounds like you must be an incredibly strong woman to go through all of that. >> i think of myself as an ordinary person. but on the other hand, i suppose because we're cruising sailors, we have built up quite a resiliceen. and it took me -- it was a long journey for me. at first, i was a very amateur hostage. i was struggling all the time. but as time went on, i knew that i had to survive for paul, for my family ask friends. and somehow, i just kept going by thinking about them, especially. >> was there ever a moment, rachel, when you thought, this
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is how things may end for me, i could spend the rest of my life here, held hostage in somalia? >> i certainly felt that, especially after our second separation. and i really couldn't see any resolution because our canters kept demanding millions of dollars and i knew that we couldn't find that kind of money. but i suppose, always, i pulled myself out of it thinking that there has to be a solution. i have to keep hope. i have to keep going. >> they morphed from being pirates to being kidnappers when they realize we were british. they thought there was a value in our citizenship. they had to go after that learning curve. >> unfortunately you were the guinea pigs. you're actually restoring your yacht, rachel, and preparing to set sail again. that, to most folks, would be unthinkable. >> i think to people who are not sailors and not cruisers, it's
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probably unthinkable. but all of frundz have really encouraged us to get back to our lives. and for us, getting back to normal is going back cruising again. we love sailing, we love traveling, we love meeting people and that, for us, is the life we want to lead. >> but you may avoid that somali coast, i have a feeling. >> absolutely. >> yes, we will. >> paul and rachel chandler, appreciate your time this morning. thank you. >> you're welcome. >> thank you. >> quite a story. >> thanks heavens their safe. i don't think i'd be able to go back on the water. >> me, either. even if it's in the caribbean. jeff glor. >> take a break for at least a year, right? >> well, they'll have a little break. they have to get the body back together. that's their break. >> that's true. that's true. mcdonald's happy meals are now healthier. as of this week, the kids meal comes with apple slices and a smaller serving of fries. milk or chocolate milk are the
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only beverages offered. you get get these in new york, san francisco, washington, d.c. they'll be available nationwide later this year and it still comes with a toy. serena williams has been hit with a fine for threatening an official during the u.s. open final on sunday. williams was livid, you remember this, after a point was disallowed because she screamed out before her opponent could return a follow very. the u.s. officials say willis was abusive so they fined her $2,000. she should have little problem paying since she made $1.4 million for competing in the tournament. and for the first time ever, a woman from angola wins the world's biggest beauty pageant. >> miss universe 2011 is -- angola, leila lopes. >> she is 29 years old. she won the crown last night in brazil. she plans to campaign against
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aids and povert it is fashion week here in new york. that means the city is full of models, which is really rough on chris, celebrities and high-end clothes that most of us could never afford. >> but if you think high fashion is completely out of reach, think again. "the early show" contributor is here to tell us why. >> fashion's latest trend just might save you some money. luxury designers have started teaming up with mass retailers
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to create inexpensive collections for the average shopper. in the past, these may have been a strictly royal affair, but now, it's quite the democracy. >> chanel, vera wang, for most shoppers these are seen but not worn. but over the past few years, affordability has reached more lows. >> $64.99. that is unbelievable. >> meet the masoni. three generations of masoni sitting right before my eyes. i am so excited. >> the family behind of one of italy's most iconic brands, famous for its colorful zigzag pattern and hefty price tag. today, they are launching a line for target stores nationwide. most of the items lost less than $40. why did you decide to do this
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collaboration with target? >> i think that the great thing about projects like this is that you approach, obviously, a much broader audience than the one you're used to. >> this dress retails for over $1,000. this one at target, $54.99. last week, customers lined up outside a pop-up store in manhattan to get a sneak peek. >> are you drooling? >> i am. i think my heart skipped a beat like a block away when i saw the store. >> masoni's collection for target t latest example of luxury brands teaming up with mass retailers. >> for a long time, fashion was seen as something that happened over there and it was a bunch of serious fashion editors that would say, i choose this, i choose that and with all these designer collaborations at these mass retailers, it's a way of taking a lot of the mystery out of fashion and that fashion is for you. >> mission to date is too
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important points. they're very expensive and the inexpensive. >> designer carl lagerfeld usually deals with the expensive. he heads up two fashion houses, fendi and chanel and has his own line. but just last week, he unveiled a new collection for macy's. >> really not known for selling clothes that would be available at macy's, right? he's more associated with the most expensive clothes in the world. as we are putting it out on the floor, the product is selling. >> macy's ceo terry l uungren anticipates the line will bring in millions of dollars and will sell out in weeks. even though the price points of these collaborations are budget friendsly, you won't hear designers complain. >> it was pretentious not to admit that it's a pleasure. mayorsy's is the biggest department store in the world. >> were you ever concerned that doing a lower price line for target would dilute the luxury
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of the brand? >> no, never. we were always working very high, on a very high level. >> are these lines the best of both worlds for consumers and designers? >> i think so. it's good for fashion and it's good for women. >> the 400 piece masoni line that you just saw hits target stores this morning. it's available on target's website, but actually, we found out that the site has already crashed. traffic is incredible, one of the top trending on twitter right now is masoni. lots of grumbling. >> so you have to act fast. >> you have to act fast. it sells out within not just days, but sometimes hours. >> i know where i'm going. >> especially with the economy in europe and with the economy -- a lot of these designers have just had items that were just so kind of other worldly for so long, is this kind of their way of reaching out to everybody? >> absolutely. also, i think designer res realizing, we want to reach
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people. the masonis tell me this is a once in a lifetime thing but they're not going to see it again. at least for the foreseeable future. >> so get it now. >> thanks. just ahead, is it possible for a woman to have it all? oh, the question. a new movie is tackling it. you'll meet a working mom who seems to be pulling it off. stay with us. south carolina's made for vacation i had no idea south carolina had mountains like this. my kids just love the water. south carolina is made for the beach south carolina is made for golfing and shopping south carolina is made for girlfriend getaways finding seashells building sandcastles... and the great outdoors south carolina is made for vacation i mean a real, real vacation
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millions of working moms spend every day trying to balance job and family. the daily reality is at the heart of a new movie that asks if it's really possible for women to have it all. >> i was gist saying, kate is amazing, isn't she? i don't know how she does it. >> in "i don't know how she does it" sarah jessica parker trades her single sexy status for a working mom.
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and steps should a role shared by millions of american women, women like carrie milseed. >> i am a working career woman. i work full time, five days a week. >> married with two children under 4, she manages a sales staff and her kids' schedule, reflecting a reality often overlooked on the big screen. >> if you don't stick this bottle back in your mouth on this very second, you're going to find yourself on the next greyhound to duluth. do you find? >> the stories often focus on the struggle of trying to make it work and most often, understand doesn't. >> hey, sarah, is everything okay? >> come home immediately. >> i'm a doctor. >> no. >> of course, many career moms today have little choice. they have to try to harmonize home and office every day. >> it's a constant balance that you're constantly juggling. >> somewhere in between, carrie
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still finds plenty of time to laugh at just how similar her worlds can be. >> sometimes i take my parenting skills into the office. you would be surprised how much of it can translate. >> a reallible genuine story line, the new film "i don't know how she does it" hopes to bring box office success. >> is that a rice crispy? i hope. >> oh, it's just dried pancake batter. >> joining us here this morning, allison pearson is screen writer of the best selling novel "i don't know hoe she does it. and screen writer aline brosh mckenna. this started as a book, right? >> yeah. i was away and my husband, i happened him a list of things to do in my absence. he looked at it and he said, but it looks like a plan for
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invading a small country. the baby was very well when i was back and i got back and i said, oh, my god. my girlfriend wrote me in the middle of the night and said she needed some green dye for a dinosaur cake. and i felt so powerful, the need to do your work and to honor the great love and responsibility you feel for your kids. i think anything is a dilemma and have huge comedy in it, as well. >> and bringing this to the big screen, were there no shortage of stories? was it just something where you almost have to trim down from the list that you have? i know as a working mom, it's very -- >> everybody has stories and it's interesting because when you start talking about this, i found all the moms that i talked to would sort of get very excited about it and want to talk about their experience. and everybody does it. everybody does it in a different way. everybody is struggling to find their own ways to make this work. it's a very compelling issue for women and everyone is trying to find their own way to sort of
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make it all happen. and more women -- you know, some women choose to work. i have two little boys. i love my job. i don't know that i would be a great stay-at-home mom. but even a woman who chooses to work, it's still such a struggle. i mean, do you think that's what our dna as women or is that something that ultimately in time we'll overcome in a more cultural way? >> i think we are pretty infectious. i also think that women, if no one else is going to judge them, we beat ourselves up to take time. in the movie, sarah parker is beating up a pie to make it look like she made it. her husband says, just take in a bag of cookies. my mother was a stay-at-home mom, fantastic mother. i always think, what would she think if it walked into the school with it. so i'm holding myself to a high account in my career and to high account as a mother.
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and i think i always say guilty is to motherhood what rain is to seattle. get used to it and buy a good umbrella. >> i kind of like that. >> how is it -- i know it's not released in theaters yet, but the response you're getting so far from women and men? >> it's really been a great experience. it's been a journey just bringing it to the screen and i've gotten, you know, lucky enough to work with allison and have great slab raters. sarah jessica is somebody who understands this on a day-to-day basis and i feel like she brought it to life in a warm way people with empathize. >> and people are laughing and crying, laughing and crying and it's just the comfortable you're not alone. the guys were laughing harder. i think the women are laughing and crying. the guys are just laughing. but i got a postcard from a lovely guy, bill in brooklyn, thanks for explaining why my life yells at me the whole time. that should be on the poster, really. guys, if you want to understand why the life is like that, go
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and see it. women, go and see it because it's just fun. >> that's great and such a treat to have both of you here. thank you. >> thanks for having us. >> it opens friday. sarah jessica parker plays the key role. but a number of other big names, so we're looking forward to that. good to have you with us. >> they also did "morning glory" too. >> and you wrote "the devil wears prada." >> ladies, thank you very much. that's going to do it for us here this morning. have a great day, everybody. your local news is next. ñh
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[ agent ] so your policy looks good, is there anything else?
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why did you buy my husband a falcon? thanks for the falcon. i didn't buy anyone a falcon. sure, you did. you saved us a lot of money on auto insurance. i used that money to buy a falcon. ergo, you bought me a falcon. i should've got a falcon. most people who switch to state farm save on average about $480. what they do with it, well, that's their business. oh, that explains a lot, actually. [ chuckles ] [ male announcer ] another reason people switch to state farm. aw, i could've gotten a falcon. [ male announcer ] get to a better state. [ falcon screeches ]
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